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Actually, I have, and I've actually written one or two. And I don't mind that you voted me down. I don't really care about the points.

There appears to be a difference, though, or perhaps I'm not understanding the problem (entirely likely).

(from the "clarification")

  1. User fills out a form which includes their e-mail address and the path on their workstation/computer where the file is
    I took this to mean that the user is sending the file to herself. Not to another.
  2. File(s) specified are sent as an attachment and NOT stored on the website server
    Note that it doesn't say... stored temporarily and then erased... it says not stored.

In reply to RE: RE: RE: Re: Attaching Files to E-mail by tenatious
in thread Attaching Files to E-mail by She-wolf

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